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Phil Mickelson finds three bunkers and still makes par at Riviera

Fresh from his impressive three-shot win over Paul Casey at last week's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Mickelson found three different bunkers on his opening hole but still managed to avoid dropping a shot

Rickie Fowler overcomes big mistakes to snatch two-shot win in Phoenix

Fowler was cruising to his first win for almost two years as he held a five-shot advantage despite being one over for the day after 10 holes, but the tournament turned on its head in the space of two holes as Fowler triple-bogeyed 11 and bogeyed 12 just as Grace made back-to-back birdies to snatch

Sergio Garcia looks set to escape a suspension despite his DQ...

Garcia became the first player to be disqualified for "serious misconduct" during a tournament since the inception of the European Tour in 1972, and the Spaniard issued an apology to the Tour and his fellow professionals for "damaging a couple of greens"

Sergio Garcia disqualified from Saudi International for damaging greens

Garcia reportedly damaged a number of greens in anger during his third-round 71 and prompted complaints from the players behind him, forcing the European Tour to disqualify him under Rule 1.2

Justin Rose holds off Adam Scott for landmark win at Torrey...

Rose, three clear overnight, opened the door for the chasing pack when he bogeyed three of the first five holes on the final day, but he was a model of composure and patience thereafter as a clutch sixth birdie at the 72nd hole capped a two-shot win

Justin Rose leads at Torrey Pines as Rory McIlroy makes a...

Rose continued the form he displayed in his opening 63 on the North Course, and he made light of the difficulty of the South layout on day two as he made seven birdies against just one bogey in a 66 that lifted him to 15-under par

Phil Mickelson fires career-best 60 in first round of Desert Classic

Mickelson insisted earlier this week that he felt "rusty" following his long winter break, but he wasted no time in getting back into the groove as he lit up the first day of the tournament with a 12-under 60 - his lowest score in relation to par of his 27-year professional career